Mike Slive, just sayin’.

This sort of dropped in the hopper out of the blue today.

Sounds like somebody’s growing tired of the NCAA sitting on its hands about player compensation.  If Emmert can’t address the problem, is Slive ready to find somebody else who would?  Stay tuned.


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3 responses to “Mike Slive, just sayin’.

  1. Skeptic Dawg

    One day we will all sit down to watch the latest ESPN 30 for 30 titled “Mike Slive: The Man Who Destroyed SEC Football”. This clown can not get out of his own way. Please go fix the schedules before you pop off on any future topics.


    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      I blame the people who hired Slive. As long as he is delivering large amounts of $$ they are letting him do anything he wants.


      • Dog in Fla

        “I blame the people who hired Slive.”

        Me too. He needs to win moar national championships in a row. On the other hand, way back in ’92, they said the same thing about Brother Roy

        “Every spring, SEC coaches gather in Destin, Fla., for the conference’s spring meetings. In 1992, Gerry DiNardo was the head coach at Vanderbilt.
        He remembers sitting in a room full of Southern icons: Johnny Majors, Pat Dye, Gene Stallings.

        He watched them grill SEC Commissioner Roy Kramer about his crazy idea to expand the league, jump from seven conference games to eight, split into divisions and — here’s the kicker — hold a conference championship game.

        ‘I remember them saying, we’ll never win another national championship because we’re just going to beat the hell out of each other,’ said DiNardo, now a Big Ten Network analyst.”